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    absolutely stunning.

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    I had seen that (Mccune) house many years ago & would occasionally drive by to marvel,
    never knew the name or history behind it (just researched it a bit & read)

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    Quote Originally Posted by andyffer View Post
    They finished up the exterior, couldn't get any pics tonight. iPhone..

    That looks incredible. That is what I call a HOUSE!

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    definately PV
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    No privacy
    No security
    No view

    No thanks..
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    ^-- couldn't agree more... looks like a horrible location to spend that kind of money in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stance View Post
    No privacy
    No security
    No view

    No thanks..
    Thats why people pay the big bucks for the mountain homes which are usually gated off. Im not sure how the prices are of the houses NOT on the mountains but in gated communities.
    Best part is, no police rolling through and cool guys who work security.



    Quote Originally Posted by Justin D View Post
    couldn't agree more... looks like a horrible location to spend that kind of money in
    I hope you mean cause it's not secluded and has no view. PV is a fantastic location
    Last edited by andyffer; 02-19-2012 at 05:51 AM.
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    I mean it has zero privacy. Look at the building in the background. Also look where the pic is taken from, you can stand right there and see everything. I wouldn't like that

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    Lol well you can't hide a house that big. I think the house it's self looks amazing. I'm more of an interior guy though. any pics of that?
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    All you need is a 4/5ft brick fence and a gate. Private enough for me...lol. But I agree, if there were trees around it would be better.

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